TAP-OFF IF 2 OUT 10 DB - DE-201

TAP-OFF IF 2 OUT 10 dB – DE-201



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    Satellite Systems

    The foundation of satellite broadcasting began many years before the concept was conceived. Satellite and Television Systems inventor and science fiction writer Arthur Clarke was one of the first to talk about being able to communicate globally via satellites.

    But thanks to the "space race" between the United States and Russia in the late 1950s, the concepts became reality. The space race was a rivalry between two nations as each sought to show that it was a leader in space exploration. In 1957, Russia launched Sputnik into space. The sound emitted by the world's first satellite in space could be heard by some listeners on radio and television. Two years later, the United States launched its first satellite. Four years later, the first communications satellite, Syncom II, went into space, enabling the US military to communicate.

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    TAP-OFF IF 2 OUT 10 dB – DE-201
    Product Features

    Mass terrestrial and satellite TV installations with a tree-like or tree-shaped distribution.

    Arborescent distribution reduces the number of distribution elements and the length of the coaxial cable to be installed, even if the distances from the header to the output remain constant.

    Protection diodes on all outputs.

    Protected zamak chassis and metal plate.

    Zamak F type connectors forming part of the distribution frame.

    Technicial Specifications
    • Deployments for terrestrial and satellite TV with two-stage outputs covering frequencies from 5MHz to 2300MHz.
    • It distributes part of the input signal to the step outputs, while the main part of the signal continues to the output.
    • The response of the tap outputs is flat with no equalization.
    • Available in different dispersion attenuation values.